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Is it before *ovulation* or a *period* that your breasts start hurting? Because mine are kiillllinngg me, almost as bad as when .I was pregnant. I had my d&c about 2 weeks ago.
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replied January 30th, 2007
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Mine were tender before a period
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replied January 30th, 2007
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mommy35 wrote:
mine were tender before a period


couple days? A week?


It's been 3 days for me since they've been really tender.

And I don't think it's because my hcg levels are still up and my body still "thinks it's pregnant" because withing a day or two of my d&c, I felt .N.O pain in my chest. Then they just all a sudden started again.
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replied January 30th, 2007
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Yeah, a couple of days before, usually the day it arrives and then done. They were not always sore though, sometimes they just felt heavier than usual and sometimes they would feel a bit lumpy. ( I have big boobs) sorry for the tmi
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replied January 30th, 2007
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For me its before my period, like maybe for about 3 days or so

and I really doubt it would be hcg unless your pregnant again, the levels should go down a few days after a miscarrige I beleive (could be wrong but I belive thats what ive heard)

~alicia~
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replied January 30th, 2007
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idony wrote:
and I really doubt it would be hcg unless your pregnant again


lol. I doubt *that* very much. Unless .I'm like the virgin .Mary of course.
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